Spring is one of my favorite times of the year – is it yours? Okay, maybe I can do without the list of chores that rack up! Last week we discussed how to space out those must-do spring-cleaning tasks (like cleaning furniture and organizing your closets, which you can read more about here).
We know it’s dark and dusty – but don’t be afraid. Those coils are no force to be reckoned with - cleaning your fridge coils every six months to a year helps your appliance cool more efficiently!
If a tree falls on a property line, and there’s no one around to hear it… who’s insurance company pays? According to Ann Cochran with houselogic.com, it depends.
Whether in showers or in kitchen sinks, clogs happen and they’re usually the most anger-inspiring events of our day.
It’s easy to slack off home improvement projects in the fall and winter. Ramp up your home improvement projects with getting the most ROI – Brie Dyas’s Trulia blog talks about just that.
You may not be the handiest tool in the shed… but as a homeowner, you literally will need some tools in your shed.
There are dozens of horribly annoying things that can happen around your house that require special attention – doors that stick, hinges that squeak, and so on. Houselogic’s Elizabeth Lilly has curated a long list of DIY hacks for helping deal with some of these nuisances.
As a new homeowner, you may not be abreast of all you need to know about maintaining your home – least of all how to budget for it.
Home ownership is a cool new path many are pioneering these days, but it’s sometimes hard to know what you should prepare for, precisely. Here is a list compiled by Yahoo of a few things that will help you be ready to deal with the unexpected!